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AVG Remover

Because of the strong integration with the operating system, removing antivirus scanners from a computer system often end up with partial uninstall or no uninstall at all. Because of this, most antivirus software developers have also released special uninstaller for their product. AVG Remover utility is one such tool for completely removing AVG antivirus programs from a computer.

This tool is the least option to be used in case the AVG uninstallation or repair installation process has failed. It removes all parts of AVG installation on your computer, including registry items, installation and user files on your disk, etc. This is an automated, portable tool, you only need to run the tool, and it will automatically remove all entries from your PC.

All AVG user settings will be removed after the uninstallation, as well as the Virus Vault content and other item related to AVG installation and use. During the removal procedure you will be asked to restart your computer. Therefore please make sure to finish your work and to save all important data prior to AVG Remover launch.

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